The mid-season drama will not return.
June 7, 2019
It is being reported that CBS has cancelled The Red Line after just one season. Billed as a limited series, meaning less episodes than a typical network show, the drama aired a short eight-episode run as a mid-season entry this spring.
While reviews were generally positive, the series failed to garner much buzz over the course of its run. Airing on Sunday nights, episodes were regularly bested by its time slot competition.
The Red Line follows the stories of three Chicago families affected by a racially-charged tragedy. As their stories converge, they all discover that issues of race cannot be ignored, and people's backgrounds and biases affect how they act.
06/07/19 at 10:05pm
oops.. I'm an idiot and posted that comment on the wrong show.
As for Redline.. watched 30 minutes.. liberal, righteous, wannabe social warrior, crap. Horrible show.
06/07/19 at 10:00pm
More liberal garbage canceled after people didn't buy it's fake agenda. Funny all the shows that pushed the liberal agenda for cancelled this year.
06/07/19 at 09:03pm
Not a surprised, it was a LIMITED series which means one season. The show was realistic dealing with cops shooting unarmed black men and getting paid vacation leaving the family to deal with the peices. The pacing was VERY slow and could have been 2 night mini series and actor who played the daughter was horrible and had too much freedom for a 15 year old. We need more stories like this to keep social injustices alive.
06/07/19 at 07:15pm
Very boring and slow moving. I made it through one episode.
06/07/19 at 06:09pm
I’m so sad. I loved it!
06/07/19 at 03:54pm
Saw the cast and thought definitely get cancelled
06/07/19 at 01:03pm
A Makeup-umentary on MSNBC would have been a better fit for this show. UNWATCHABLE.
06/07/19 at 01:01pm
Thank God, just more liberal garbage!
06/07/19 at 12:14pm
Why bother watching any mid season show. 99% of them don't get a 2nd season.
06/07/19 at 12:13pm
Thank God. This show was way too damn preachy.
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